Feyenoord 0-4 Man City: Feyenoord Slump To Club’s Heaviest Ever Home Defeat In European Competition

Manchester City have extended their unbeaten record this season to the champions league after beating Feyenoord by four goals to nothing in the group stage of the champions league match.

Pep Guardiola’s men opened scoring against their host through an early goal scored by John Stone in 2 minutes, before Aguero scored the second goal of the match in the 10’minutes to put City in comfortable lead.

Gabriel Jesus who made his champions league debut was also not found wanting on the score sheet, as he scored in the 25′ minutes when Benjamin Mendy’s shot was palmed out by Brad Jones and the Brazilian slotted the ball into an empty net.

Feyenoord came back after the half-time more prepared to face their visitors, but City who made summer spending of £215m was no match for them.

Pep Guardiola who had earlier acknowledged that his summer signing was for Europe, had unleashed his new signings in the match with Walker (£45m), Bernardo Silva (£43m), Ederson (£35m) and Mendy (£52m) all being present in the game.

John Stone who opened scoring for City ensured he sealed victory for Guardiola’s men, scoring his second and the final goal of the match in the 63′ minutes.

The win takes Manchester City to the top of the table with three points, ahead of their second match against Shaktar Donetsk in September 26.

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